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NYC Open Data Project Gallery

On the Open Data Project Gallery, you can find examples of open data in action and gain inspiration for projects of your own. See how NYC Open Data is used by activists to advocate for change, by entrepreneurs to develop products, by teachers to build analytics skills in the classroom, by government agencies to make data more accessible, and much more.

NYC Civic Service Design

Civic Service Design refers to the practice of creating, better understanding, and improving upon programs at any stage; we use “civic service design” to mean applying the tools and methods of service design to government-run or funded programs.

NYU Public Interest Technology Institute

A 2-week virtual conference for early and mid-career faculty who seek to accelerate their work in public interest technology

NYC Internet of Things Strategy

The Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer has developed the NYC Internet of Things Strategy in order to support a healthy cross-sector IoT ecosystem in New York City – one that is productive, responsible, and fair.

NYC City Scanner Pilot

Low cost, mobile air quality and other environmental sensors installed on City vehicles. The City Scanner is a low-cost alternative to traditional methods of collecting environmental data. The sensor attaches to the roof of vehicles and collects detailed data at a more geographic level than traditional fixed-position sensors. The City Scanner sensors capture data related to environmental conditions including air quality (particulate matter 1, 2.5, and 10), temperature, humidity, and road conditions in New York City. The solar-powered sensors are removable and do not permanently alter vehicles.

NYC[x] Innovation Fellows

New York City is launching the second cohort of its NYC[x] Innovation Fellows program to expand on this successful collaboration, embedding small teams of technologists with City agencies to rapidly solve specific challenges through the use of best practices in digital service delivery.

NYU Tandon Cybersecurity for Democracy

Cybersecurity for Democracy is a research-based effort to expose online threats to our social fabric – and recommend how to counter them. We are part of the Center for Cybersecurity at NYU.

NYC Civic Engagement Commission Decidim platform

A space to enhance civic participation, promote civic trust, and strengthen democracy in New York City

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